The Pierre Elliott Trudeau Foundation encourages research, reflection and action in four areas important to Canadians: human rights and dignity, responsible citizenship, Canada’s role in the world, and people and their natural environment. The Foundation works through four programs: it grants doctoral scholarships, it awards fellowships to distinguished academics, it appoints mentors and it holds public conferences.
Eligible Countries: Candidates for a fellowship must be Canadian citizen or foreign citizens legally allowed to reside in Canada for the period that they would benefit from the funding.
* Researchers active in a field of the humanities and social sciences related to one or more of the Foundation’s four themes; and
* Canadian citizens or permanent residents, or citizens of foreign countries legally allowed to reside in Canada for the funding period.
Number of Awardees: 5
Value of Fellowship:
* A $150,000 allowance over three years for research, travel and networking;
* A $50,000 award;
* A $25,000 allowance to cover the cost of participation in Foundation events.
* Support from an outstanding community of scholars, fellows and mentors, and opportunities for interaction with 350 leaders and personalities in every sector of the humanities and social sciences;
* Involvement in lively exchanges with other researchers and policy makers;
* The opportunity to contribute to public dialogue and share innovative ideas at events organized by or in conjunction with the Foundation;
How to Apply: Visit link below.